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FreshFadezFlocko

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I have a Biology assignment whereby I have to make up my own inquiry question regarding a genetic disease which I have chosen to be Cystic Fibrosis. I was just wondering if anybody had any tips on how to formulate my own inquiry question.

Also, I have a Physics in-class practical exam. I was just wondering how I am to prepare for a practical exam and what I should do?
Thanks.
 

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I got the same thing for physics and I too was not sure how to prepare but our teacher gave us some revision questions/things to revise.

1. Resolution of vectors into vertical and horizontal components
2. Drawing a graph and analysing trends
3. Why do objects in circular motion experience an acceleration
4. Calculation of centripetal acceleration
5. Qualitative and Quantitative information
6. Significant Figures
7. The four equations of motion(projectile motion)
8. SI units and how they are written
9. Independent, dependent and control variables
10. How is motion represented on a graph(speed, velocity, acceleration)
11. Reliability, validity and accuracy of an experiment
12. Analysing bar graphs and pie graphs

He also said it was easy but I think he is bs-ing
 

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I got the same thing for physics and I too was not sure how to prepare but our teacher gave us some revision questions/things to revise.

1. Resolution of vectors into vertical and horizontal components
2. Drawing a graph and analysing trends
3. Why do objects in circular motion experience an acceleration
4. Calculation of centripetal acceleration
5. Qualitative and Quantitative information
6. Significant Figures
7. The four equations of motion(projectile motion)
8. SI units and how they are written
9. Independent, dependent and control variables
10. How is motion represented on a graph(speed, velocity, acceleration)
11. Reliability, validity and accuracy of an experiment
12. Analysing bar graphs and pie graphs

He also said it was easy but I think he is bs-ing
Thanks a lot appreciate that! It will be pretty easy hopefully, it's only a practical. I was told that we had to interpret data that is given to us and answer questions regarding the data and then after that we have to conduct an actual experiment. Shouldn't be tough everything is given by the teacher. :)
 

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